I have always believed that a healthy family has more chances of having a better quality of life than a not-so-healthy family.
a healthy family do not get sick often and are not prone to having absences at work and from school
a healthy family that do not regularly get sick save up on hospital bills, medications and loss of income
a healthy family can engage in activities that will even make them stronger and healthier
Perhaps you have heard of the saying: “An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of cure”. Now why would you want to “waste” your money on medication and doctor’s fees when you can use less than that amount you have to shell out in getting healthier choices, having a better lifestyle and getting the right nutrition from the right kinds of food that will not give you the chance to make you obese?
Would you rather spend your hard-earned money on medicating your physical symptoms (which by the way, if you are sick, you won’t be able to do the work you are supposed to do) or would you rather spend your hard-earned money with things that will make you healthier?
Lately I’ve been noticing posts about Pinterest. It was just the other day that I got interested and decided to see what the fuss was all about.
Boy, oh, boy! What have I been missing! It is a wonderful virtual world. I am specifically drawn to the practical DIY, colorful crafts, photography boards, yummy recipes, ideas on home designs, gardening tips and even steel buildings. I am immensely enjoying myself looking at the photos and reading the articles. I’m afraid I won’t have much time to do all those things because I am glued to the visual delights.
It’s like the best of what the blogs/websites have to offer in an easy to find place, no need to blog hop or anything like it.
Gifting season is around the corner and I’m sure lot of people have their lists being filled up. Not me though, haha.
Been busy with a lot of things and as always, shopping takes a backseat. I’m enjoying doing some online shopping recently and as a matter of fact, I just purchased several vouchers for frozen yogurt and a cake (this will be delivered at home, woot).
Two months ago, we had a music players delivered to our home, bought 50% off from an online store. We also enjoyed our 50% off the price chocolate cake courtesy of another online discount voucher. I’m wondering though if I should buy Christmas presents from these sites. I’m getting ideas for gifts for boys online as well as gifts for family friends.
Last night we had a great time at a Japanese restaurant, thanks to 2 vouchers purchased online at 50% off the price.
I don’t know why I still haven’t written about our foray (mostly food vouchers) into these online discount voucher “shopping” since all purchases have been good. So far.
You think everything you put in Facebook, no matter how you keep it private, remains private? Think again.
There is currently a movement called EUROPE V FACEBOOK and if you read the issues there (never mind if some were written in German, have someone else translate it to you like I did), you will learn a lot.
What you will learn will make you re-think about the thing you personally share.
On the other hand, at least in Facebook, you found long-lost relatives, friends and people you used to be friends with and that’s a good thing. In fact, you think it is the best thing to happen ever since you learned to surf the web.
Ok then, just be careful about the thing you post and please, keep some of those information PRIVATE.